• When the Orbital OTK OA-9 resupply mission lifted off on Monday from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, its 7,385 lb (3,350 kg) of cargo included centuries-old technology alongside cutting-edge physics experiments. 
  • The company behind the ubiquitous pitch correction technology, Auto-Tune, has announced the ATG-1 Floor Processor. In addition to keeping a guitar in perfect pitch, the unit also caters for instant alternate tunings, tone modeling and sonic experimentation.
  • It's been a busy year in space. In a mixture of triumph and tragedy, space exploration reached new horizons, tested new technologies, and pushed the limits of the possible in 2014. So as the old year draws to close, Gizmag looks back on the space highlights of the past twelve months.
  • At a press conference arranged only a few hours after the event, NASA released details of the explosion of the Antares rocket carrying the unmanned Cygnus supply ship to the International Space Station (ISS).